The US is still the biggest culprit in climate change, as climate experts tend to understand, but rarely gets highlighted in US reports. The American magazine World Political Review (WPR) writes about this, according to the Chinese news agency Xinhua.
In an article published last week, an American online publisher said there was a big difference in aggregate carbon emissions between the United States and nations that“ entered the industrial era late. ” such as China and India, suggests that these countries should have differentiated responsibilities.
"Since 1850, when industrialization first began to emit large quantities of artificial atmospheric carbon, the United States has emitted 509 gigatons of carbon, or one-fifth of the total," reads the WPR article.
The authors of the article urged the American media and politicians to stop shifting blame and responsibility and instead pay more attention to global solidarity with Africa - a continent that desperately needs concrete action and assistance if humankind wants to get out of this crisis together. p>